These are the highest- and lowest-priced single-family home sales in the Charlotte area from April 30 to May 7, 2012.
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Some relief appears to be on the way for agents and sellers of short-sale properties. Last month, the federal government announced new guidelines affecting short sales of homes that are backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.Read More »
Last week, in a 4-0 vote, the council’s public safety committee gave its support to the proposal, which calls for rental property owners to give the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department their contact information, including business and home addresses and phone numbers.
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The need to care for her parents brought Wendy Richards from Colorado to Charlotte. She left the Rockies and, she said, a rockier real estate marketRead More »
Pittsburgh-based Education Management Corp. is seeking to open one of its South University campuses in Charlotte, but first it needs to win a rezoning from the city. EMC operates South Universities in a handful of other states, although none are in North Carolina. The only schools EMC operates in North Carolina are the Art Institute of Charlotte and the Art Institute of Raleigh-Durham.Read More »
Across Charlotte, the apartment industry is keeping an eye on Aspen Heights. Aspen is seeking approval for a type of housing that would be new to Charlotte: stand-alone homes – with multiple bedrooms, that could be rented for five months or more. Aspen is hoping to cash in on students, particularly those attending UNC-C, where enrollment has been rising.Read More »
Last month, Charlotte-based commercial contractor Southside Constructors began building a park-and-ride station for the Charlotte Area Transit System, a project that will increase the number of such stations to eight.Read More »
The world of fashion is far removed from the world of property management. But fashion’s where Lisa Taylor, the 2011-12 president of the Greater Charlotte Apartment Association, got her start.Read More »
The city of Charlotte is considering changing its rules affecting the construction of affordable housing near transit stations. City officials say that the policy that 30 percent of a housing development built with city money be reserved for middle to lower-income residents is a pricey one for developers to comply with.Read More »